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What makes a performer a rockstar? What’s the secret of his success? Palazzo Ducale dedicates a major exhibition to Niccolò Paganini that aims to tell the story of this musician who so profoundly revolutionized classical music, doing so through a notably hypertextual contemporary narration that highlights all of Paganini’s modernity.

“Museums are maps: the only ones we have to venture back through the labyrinth of memory.” Alessandro Baricco A circular journey, exploring the story of Lavazza and the coffee production chain, while offering surprising content, information and engaging experiences. A voyage though five different themes: Casa Lavazza, the...

Interactive tables by N!03 [ennezerotre] - curated by Fabia Molteni+Cinzia Rizzo+Franco Rolle In this large area of 4500 square meters divided over 4 floors, you can enjoy a selection of cloths from 1980 until today. The selection, which does not follow a chronological order, tells the story...

On the occasion of Cape Town Design Capital 2014, Triennale Design Museum in collaboration with ITA presents for the first time in South Africa an upgraded and updated edition of The New Italian Design exhibition at The Waterfront Lookout, in Cape Town, from 5th until 25 October 2014: an overview on contemporary Italian design that explains and describes the transition of the movement and its links with economic, political, and technology changes that occurred over the past Century.

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Chaos at the Museum   London (UK), Friday-Sunday, 25–27 April, 2014   Why a summit about exhibition design? The term “exhibition design” is outmoded, it requires a better definition, one that advances academic understanding and elevates current professional practice. Chaos at the Museum, the first in the series...